Jazzanova is many things to many different people. For more than fifteen years the eclectic collective from Berlin has been busy producing, composing, arranging…, remixing, DJing and generally shaping our musical world – in the clubs, on the air, in the studio, live on stage, and with their label Sonar Kollektiv. Their “very fertile musical world” (Time Out New York), which does “light a musical tinderbox” (The Face, UK), is “one of the best fusions of all the disparate elements of club music, yet” (Straight No Chaser) and “has dominated the jazz-dance and down-tempo scenes for the past few years, both with its own label and with countless remixes” (Phoenix New Times).


LAPALUX (UK, Brainfeeder – Live Audiovisual set)

“Like the R&B of another time and place, transmitted from an unknown planet in a distant galaxy into the mind of a wildly creative sound designer.” – XLR8R

“Fans of the Kimbies, James Blake’s ‘CMYK’, Four Tet, Bibio, FlyLo, Matthewdavid, Onra, Debruit and all those guys – meet your new favourite producer.“ – Boomkat

“Lapalux is probably one of the finest producers out there at the moment” – Oli Marlow, Sonic Router

“The Barry White of electronica.” – Errol Anderson, The Independent


DJ FOOD (UK, Ninja Tune – Audiovisual set)

DJ Food is an electronic music project currently headed by Kevin Foakes, aka Strictly Kev. Originally conceived by the members of Coldcut on the Ninja Tune independent record label, the project started in 1990 on the premise of providing metaphorical “food for DJs”. DJ Food released the Jazz Brakes series, with Jazz Brakes Volume 3 being the most successful. The records consisted of collections of breaks, loops and samples, that could be used for mixing, remixing and producing.

The later DJ Food albums have developed with shades of Latin, dub, techno, ambient, and Jungle


MVMNT (BE – Vice City)

What began as a little bit of experimenting in Ableton Live, has become the main passion of Pieter Vochten, MVMNT. A passion of sharing any musical ideas ranging from experimental beats to 909 overloaded housetracks.

As a dj, his aim is to present people with a timeless selection of his favourite disco, deep house, techno and «younameit» tracks, preferably from warm, oldskool vinyl.
All time classics go along with recent discoveries without being too specific about styles or release dates – as long as they make the magic happen and “Keep The Fire Burning.”


PLEASE NOTE: Both early bird and regular presale will supply you with entrance to both locations for the whole night. Early birds are at 12 euro & Regular presale at 15 euro.

Tickets available on-line https://www.ampere-antwerp.com/tickets


+In Retrospect: Projection of vintage & Cult old movie reels

+Let’s go pro: We’ll need video capture of this event, and what’s better to do it than the gopro technology? A select few people will get to carry around these trinkets and hopefully provide us with some quality footage.